The teacher walks in the classroom and sees George on the floor and runs up to him she starts asking the people around him what happened and they all said he was walking and just fell. The teacher got him up and took him to the nurse 's office. His head still hurt but not as bad when he got in the nurse 's office there was 1 other kid in there his teacher told the nurse what happened showed him where to sit and left. The nurse ask George his name and what grade he was in. Then she asked him if he knew where he was or what happened.
1 BPT1501 Assignment 04 UNISA student number: 57342709 Unique assignment number: 867207 2 Context Cover page: page 1 Context page: page 2 Observation Essay: page 3 to page 4 Photo collage: page 5 Story on photo collage: page 6 Plagiarism report: page 7 Permission letter: page 8 3 Observation: I did a five day observation in a 00 class at a nursery school. I observed many interesting and valuable teaching concepts. The classroom environment has a very bright and welcoming atmosphere and has a lot of natural light. There are nine learners in the class with five girls and four boys- a very diverse group of children. There are three tables in the classroom and three children are sat at each- the learner’s sticker
I had the opportunity to observe a class of 15 children who have a developmental delay. When I arrive to Mr. Donahue class they were having circle time, they were doing an activity were one child had to stand in front of the class room and called the names of all of their classmates. This activity help them to learn everyone’s name while they were engage in the activity I notice that one boy was kicking a girl on her back. From observing him I notice he was a little impulsive. However Mr. Donahue approach him and remind him about the class room rules and ask him if he was making a right choice; the boy immediately stop.
As Auggie walked in the school, people were walking away and avoiding being near him. Furthermore, in “Freedom writes” composed by Richard LaGravenese a teacher named Erin Gruwell is attempting to help a class of distressed students in a high school who suffers from racism and gang violence. During one of her periods she has a class
Student Engagement A good teacher should know how to engage students in learning activities and be able to respond to diverse students needs in the classroom. The classroom observations I have seen these past week has shown me examples of good teachers. In all the classes I observed the students sat quietly and were always ready to raise their hands and answer questions. In my kindergarten class all the students were really into their assignments and wanted approval of their work from their teacher. A good way I saw a teacher trying to keep her students engaged was giving them a time limit for how long they had to do the assignment before they had to present their results or move on to the next activity.
Clonidine: Being used by Nick, who was diagnosed by ADHD two years ago. The medication was prescribed by his pediatrician, and has helped him to control his impulsive symptoms, and has showed improvement in his school as well. His second grade teacher referred Nick to school psychologist duo to his behavior in class. He was distracted in the class easily, and he had difficulty to finish his assignment, while he got into the verbal and physical fight with his peers. His teacher reported that he distracted the class, for instance, he started talking with his classmates, while they were listening to the book that the teacher was reading to them.
After 50 minutes of Spanish class I reported to Mr. Jennings for one of my favorite classes, world geography. I have always enjoyed my social studies class, and I can tell by Mr. Jenning’s dry humor and relaxed rules that I’m really going to have a good time in world geography this year. As I walked to my fifth hour class, my stomach screamed at me as I watched everyone in first lunch settle down to eat. My religion teacher, Mr. Cormier, wanted us to know our classmates a little better so he had us fill out a work sheet. I was embarrassed when I jumped out of my seat when the bell that signaled the end of first lunch rang, but many others did so as well, so I was not the only red-faced student.
Besides that, knowing the fact that I had to take and pass my writing TAKS exam in middle school would stress me even more. I’ve had some really unsatisfactory experiences. For example, I clearly remember that Friday morning in school, I was in my English class trying to finish my essay before time ran out. I remember just sitting there with a blank mind. I was starting to get really nervous as I noticed other students finishing up their essays.
Kids in the school bullied brad because of his noises, then of the school his mother took him to the psychologist and the psychologist said he didn’t have anything. His mother moves him to another school because brad tell him that they bullied him. Teachers didn’t now he was sick so he always get in trouble. His mother took him to a support group in a church, His mother start searching about what can brad have and she read about the Tourette Syndrome and she start to learn about the Tourette syndrome. His father was happy at the baseball game because bread was a good player, but then he got angry because brad start making weird noises.
I attended Reshogofaditswe High School. I observed grade 9 classroom, that consist of 40 learners. It was an eye opening experience, as I have not done my teaching practice at a High School before. The atmosphere at the school is very welcoming. The classroom I observed was an english classroom.